New Haven Restaurant Week draws fresh faces to the Elm City food scene

Several employees at city restaurants told the News that they have seen a noticeable uptick in customers.

Yale students paint mural for Noir Vintage & Company

After visiting Noir Vintage & Company in downtown New Haven during Camp Yale, Katelyn Wang ’27 and Johan Zongo ’27 were inspired to design a mural for the store owner Evelyn Massey.

AFC Urgent Care opens on Elm Street

An American Family Care urgent care clinic opened in downtown New Haven in September, marking the franchise’s eighteenth Connecticut location.

Tweed’s embattled expansion

How the airport’s growth plan threatens residents and the environment

Olmo bagelry wins grand prize at BagelFest

The bagelry took home the “Best of the Fest” prize and won two more awards, including one for their schmear.

Strength Haven Athletics opens its doors and hopes to lift the community

After opening its doors in early August, Strength Haven Athletics looks to grow its business and relationship with the city of New Haven.

New Haven Ghost Walk reveals spooky secrets 

The Ghost Walk, which stops at multiple buildings on Yale’s campus, discusses the legends and secrets of downtown New Haven.

The last day of Bow Tie Cinemas

The theater, which has served New Haven for the past 19 years, screened its final movie Thursday night.

Latine dance studios flourish in New Haven

As Latine Heritage Month comes to an end, the city’s Latine dance studios continue to flourish, grow and reflect on the significance of Latine culture in the New Haven community.

Table & Gallery serves a taste of Vera Wu

The gallery opened on Chapel Street in August and hosts artists exhibitions alongside a tasting menu to complement their work.

Cook 2Go opens

Cook 2Go brings diverse flavors to New Haven.